Today Splash Served 368,084 Children and Growing in 6 Countries

Today, Splash served 368,084 children worldwide with clean drinking water. But it isn’t just today – Splash gives the gift of sustainable clean drinking water, sanitation, and hygiene to kids every single day. With Never Settle’s help, Splash refuses to settle for their current progress and continues to grow their impact. Splash is currently working …

World Change 2014 Impact Report

Campaign Overview Everyone wants to the change the world, but most people don’t know where to start. So we decided to dedicate the end of 2014 to empowering ordinary people to be a part of something extraordinary. First, we challenged our team on social media and email to get the word out about World Change …

Clean Water Matters to Children at Wat Chork Primary School

In 2013, I traveled along with volunteers from Team Never Settle to Siem Reap, Cambodia. The city is a popular tourist destination because of the historic and beautiful temples throughout Angkor Wat. But if you look past the beautiful scenery and hostels catering to relatively wealthy Westerns, you will see a much bleaker story. Siem …

Impact Report: Clean Hands Pilot Program Launched in Cambodia

You helped us launch a sanitation and hygiene education program in Cambodia In 2012, Splash came to Never Settle with a unique project that they were loosely calling Cambodia 2.0. Splash has always focused on partnering with great local organizations in developing urban areas to install and maintain water purification systems. Their strategy proved to …

Disaster Relief Efforts in Henryville, IN

Purdue students clean up a friend’s farm leveled after tornado – http://neversettle.org/spring-break-in-henryville-in-purdue-students-volunteering-and-clearing-debris/ Live updates on volunteer opportunities in Henryville – http://neversettle.org/never-settles-response-to-deadly-tornados-in-the-midwest/ Reflections from Mindy Pittman after leading volunteer mission in Henryville – http://neversettle.org/reflections-from-mindy-pittman-on-volunteering-in-henryville/